Given the growing competition MS is facing I would hardly be surprised if that one year period were to be extended. Regardless, I concur with the decision to hold off for at least six months. If that offer is going to be open then wait out the initial release while they fix some of the major bugs that simply cannot be detected without release into the variable consumer market.
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[Edited by AdmiralP, 4/28/2015 11:00:36 AM]
I'm not sure of Microsoft's plans with IE but I would guess that version 11 will be the last one and it will push for enterprise applications to be upgraded to modern platforms. How long IE11.
Since IE is a component of Windows, the latest version will be supported until that Windows expires. IE11 is confirmed to be in Windows 10 but I don't know the EOL dates for that since it's not reached General Availability. I do know that Windows 8.1 will reach EOL on 1/10/2023 so IE is sticking around for at least 7-8 more years.
This is by no means a guarantee trainers will work on Windows 10, just my analysis of what I think will be.
[Edited by Neo7, 4/28/2015 10:39:00 PM]
I am a current Windows 10 Technical Preview user. I am running on a bleeding-edge build, and have never encountered any issues with CheatHappens trainers.
However, I am unable to launch any trainers created by That******. I suspect this is an issue with his packaging, and thus will not be fixed with Windows 10 updates.
Keep in mind that Windows 10 is still in development, so there are bound to be issues and rough edges. Issues are fixed as much as they are created.
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